Adjectives - Adverbial clauses - Adverbs - Articles - Clauses - Complements - Conditional sentences - Conjunctions - Determiners - English alphabet - Gerunds - Infinitives - Negation - Nouns - Parallel structures - Parts of speech - Passive voice - Prepositions - Pronouns - Punctuation - Questions - Question tags - Relative clauses - Reported speech - Sentences - Subject-verb agreement - Tense - Verbs

5th Grade Grammar Questions Question Words Question

5th Grade Grammar Questions Question Words Question

Question tags are short questions put at the end of a statement. We use them when we want to know if the person we are speaking to agrees with us. Read on…

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 15 Conjunctions

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 15 ConjunctionsGenre/Topic:

What are conjunctions?
When do we use the conjunction ‘and’?
When do we use the conjunction ‘but’?
When do we use the conjunction ‘or’?
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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 30 Conditionals 3

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 30 Conditionals 3Genre/Topic: ,

What is the conditional type III?
What tenses can be used in the if clause of unfulfilled conditions?
When do we use an unfulfilled condition?
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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 17 Negation

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 17 NegationGenre/Topic:

How do we change an auxiliary verb into negative?
How do we change a verb in simple present or a simple past to its negative?
If the statement contains positive words like ‘just’, ‘already’ or ‘some’, do we change those words as well?
How do we change a main verb into negative?
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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 8 Past perfect and past simple

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 8 Past perfect and past simpleGenre/Topic:

What is the difference in use of the simple past tense and the past perfect tense?
What tense do we use with ‘already’ and ‘just’?
When we give an account of the sequence of past events, in which tense do we write the event that occurred first? What about the event that happened later on? What tense do we use to write it?
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6th Grade Grammar Tenses

6th Grade Grammar Tenses

The present tense can be divided into: 1) Present simple, 2) Present continuous, 3) Present perfect and 4) Present perfect continuous. The present simple is basically used for three types of actions. Read on…

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